Those of you who have attended previous DockerCons or watched the videos already know that with the help of the community, the Docker team tries it’s best to end each conference with a bang!
From Docker running on small IoT hardware devices (Raspberry Pi) to the biggest iron (IBM mainframes) to live migrating a Quake container around the world or running unikernels in Docker, DockerCon closing keynotes, also known as Moby’s Cool Hacks, aim to give everyone a sneak peak into what’s next for the Docker community. Check out the videos from the previous DockerCons to see the cool hacks and demos that stood out of the Docker team and Community.
This year’s Moby’s cool hack sessions featured:
- Entropy: failure injection management API for Docker platforms by Jeff Nickoloff
- Serverless Docker by Ben Firshman
- In-the-air update of a drone with Docker and Resin.io by Petros Angelatos, Alexandros Marinos and Greg Frismuth
With the recent announcement of Docker 1.12, we are happy to announce a monthlong Docker 1.12 Hackathon! Hackathon participants are encouraged to hack using the new features in Docker 1.12 including:
- Swarm Mode
- the Service Deployment API
- built-in routing mesh